A-One Bangkok Hotel
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Thailand is a beautiful serene country just as beautiful as Hawaii and Fiji it is apart of Asia, and offers many wonderful activities and eateries. As it is in Hawaii and Fiji there are sandy beaches, agriculture and natural aspects to the country that allows you to be immersed in the community that is Thailand. What sets Thailand apart from other …
... pad Thai and red curry. Then we went to celebrate the lantern festival. It was amazing and we got to make a wish and light the candle in the air. As if the day wasn't good enough, we then headed out to the night market where I got stuck watching the girls shop. It's been a great day and I feel anti social writing a blog in a bar so I am ...
After a lovely breakfast we headed out to the grand palace on foot as it wasn't too far from our guesthouse. We had already gotten very good at ignoring or dismissing the midering taxi drivers and only one guy tried to tell us that the palace was closed, maybe we had started to look like we knew what we were doing! When we arrived we payed our 500B for a ticket, only to find out that Abi was not allowed in with just a scarf covering her shoulders. We ...
... stalls selling silly tshirts and baggy trousers, and many tattoo parlors, and pad Thai vendors. The area its in though is quite nice, and so we had a beer in the park on the riverside. When we went into the 7/11 to buy a beer just in time, all the signs were up saying national election day tomorrow so no selling of alcohol from 6pm onwards. Thailand's silly rule has caught us out before. Every day you cannot buy alcohol before 11am and between 2-5pm. ...
... The first place we visited, or rather rolled right under and through, was the Patuxay, or Victory, Monument. Back in the 1960s, the United States donated concrete to Laos so they'd build our military a private runway for the "secret war" (the US was secretly bombing the **** out of Laos during the Vietnam War, despite insisting otherwise). Laos said sure thing, took that concrete...and then built a replica of Paris' Arc de Triomphe instead. A bad replica ...